Marie de Laveaga Welch papers, circa 1917-1974.

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Welch, Marie de L. (Marie de Laveaga), 1905-1974. Marie de Laveaga Welch papers, circa 1917-1974.

Marie de Laveaga Welch papers, circa 1917-1974.

Correspondence, manuscripts of her poems, notes and prose writings, journals. Also included, correspondence and papers of George Parsons West, her husband. Correspondence regarding literature and social or political issues is prominent. Major correspondents include: Albert M. Bender, Stella Benson, James Ralston Caldwell, Dorothy Ward Erskine, Sara Bard Field, Helen Hoyt, Josephine Miles, Muriel Rukeyser, May Sarton, Genevieve Taggard, Ethel Duffy Turner, Ella Winter, Julian Hawthorne, Charles E. S. Wood, and Edward Lambe Parsons.

Originals: 9 boxes, 4 cartons, 1 oversize folder.Stella Benson letters, 1918-1933: 1 microfilm reel : negative (Rich. 766:3)

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